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CCH Company Docs

The complete solution for company registrations, with unparalleled service, speed and support.

Wolters Kluwer has proudly partnered with Smartcorp to bring you the market leading company entity formation and administration services offering.  From today, you will be able to create new companies and entities through our streamlined online service that is just a click away, at a very competitive price. With over 35 years’ experience in company registrations, trust deeds and SMSF documentation, Smartcorp is the partner of choice for Wolters Kluwer.

Why choose us;

  • Competitive pricing
  • Knowledgeable and experienced team members, each with more than 10 years expertise
  • A one-stop-shop – Company registrations, Trust Deeds, SMSF, Company Services, Agreements
  • 12 month free access to the

    CorplianceCorpliance is an essential tool for accounting firms, tax agents and company secretaries. Released in 2003, Corpliance was the first cloud based company management system, which means you can access your clients’ company information any time via secure login over the internet. Corpliance is linked directly to ASIC to enable immediate electronic processing of unlimited company change notifications such as change of address and changes to shareholders and officers.

    online corporate secretarial package for all companies formed through this service*

  • Prompt and professional local phone based client support
  • A dedicated electronic company registration software enabling direct lodgment with ASIC
  • All of this supported by a top notch legal team


Register A Company

CCH Company Documentation offers a fully automated company ordering process that enables lodgement of your new company application to ASIC immediately on receiving your order. CCH Company Documentation staff take care of any lodgement issues with ASIC so you don't need to monitor or relodge any forms. Immediately on registration, we notify you by email of the company's ACN including a copy of the Certificate of Registration. The full set of documents is emailed shortly after and an optional set of printed documentation is delivered overnight.

Trust Deeds

CCH Company Documentation's discretionary trust deed permits the streaming of income and the trustee has the discretion to determine what is income for the purposes of the deed.

CCH Company Documentation’s discretionary trust deed permits the streaming of income and the trustee has the discretion to determine what is income for the purposes of the deed.

CCH Company Documentation's unit trust deed provides for ordinary units with equal rights in relation to capital and income distributions. CCH Company Documentation also offers a unit trust deed that is fixed for NSW land tax purposes.

CCH Company Documentation’s unit trust deed provides for ordinary units with equal rights in relation to capital and income distributions. CCH Company Documentation also offers a unit trust deed that is fixed for NSW land tax purposes.


Appoint a corporate trustee (favoured by the Commissioner of Taxation) or individual trustees. The deed permits non-lapsing binding death benefit nominations and non-binding nominations.

Updating your client’s SMSF deed may be necessary as a result of being out of date, not permitting limited recourse borrowing or not providing for non-lapsing death benefit nominations.

CCH Company Documentation's SMSF trust deed permits limited recourse borrowing and our borrowing trust establishes the necessary trust where the legal title to the single, acquirable asset is held by a security or custodian trustee with the beneficial interest held by the SMSF.


Our service includes current and historical company extracts, personal name searches, document copies, copies of certificates of registration and business name extracts. Prices vary depending on the information or documents requested and results are delivered by email.

Our service includes preparation and lodgement of the Form 205 (Notification of Resolution) to change the company name, resolution of directors, notice of meeting, consent to notice shorter than is required and minutes of meeting of members.  Documents are lodged electronically to ASIC and the change of name certificate emailed immediately on receipt from ASIC.

CCH Company Document will replace an outdated company Constitution by deleting all the provisions of the existing constitution except those relating to shares and share rights and replacing them with an updated constitution which includes sole member/director provisions. Documents to resign any outgoing officeholders, appoint new officeholders and transfer shares are also included.

Our service amends the existing Constitution to permit the company to become a sole member/director company. The conversion does not restrict the company from having more than one member/director. CCH Company Documentation will prepare the documentation to transfer the existing shares, resign outgoing officeholders and appoint any new officeholders.

A company which is no longer carrying on business can be voluntarily deregistered if all the members agree, the company has fewer than $1000 in assets and no liabilities. CCH Company Documentation will prepare and lodge the Form 6010 (Application for Voluntary Deregistration of a Company) electronically to ASIC and then follow the application through until notification of deregistration, approximately two months later.


The Confidentiality Agreement is a general purpose non-disclosure agreement (binding deed of confidentiality)  relating to the discloser’s activities and disclosed by or on behalf of the discloser to someone else (Receiver) who also signs the agreement.

CCH Company Documentation’s Partnership Agreement is a straightforward document, setting out the rules under which a two partner partnership must act and importing the provisions of the Partnership Act. It also provides for agreed drawings of partners.

CCH Company Documentation’s agreement is between the principal and the independent contractor, a consultant. It references agreed specifications to be attached and also allows for variations to those specifications, so the terms of the relationship can be set out clearly.  Whether a person is an independent contractor or an employee may also depend upon the actual working arrangements between the parties.

Under the CCH Company Documentation Loan Agreement, the company makes a loan to a shareholder or an associate of a shareholder of the company. The company and borrower agree that loans made are to meet the requirements of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (section 109N of Division 7A) so that those loans are not dividends.

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Terms and Conditions

  1. The service is marketed by CCH, (a registered business of Wolters Kluwer Australia Pty Ltd, ACN 095 325 643) and the service is provided by SmartCorp (a registered business of Company Dynamics Pty Ltd ACN 058 086 169 and called Smartcorp in these terms).
  2. The terms “You”, “Your” and “Yours” mean the entity, organisation, person or firm placing on behalf of a client, an order for a company with Smartcorp, and if more than one, jointly and severally.
  3. The term “CCH” means the company marketing the service and responsible for invoicing the entity, organisation, person or firm placing an order for a company.
  4. Smartcorp is the organisation providing the company service and facilitating ASIC registration and it does so as Your agent.
  5. Each party referred to above is bound by and must comply with these provisions in accordance with these terms.
  6. CCH is appointed as agent for You and in that capacity CCH will receive an invoice from Smartcorp and CCH will invoice You the same amount for which You are liable to pay including the reimbursement of the amounts paid by Smartcorp to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (“ASIC”). Smartcorp pays CCH a fee for your order.
  7. Smartcorp will be dealing with ASIC as Your agent. Smartcorp will not be incurring liabilities with ASIC as principal, but will be acting as Your agent. You warrant and it is an essential term that You have authority from Your client (being the person for whom you act) to provide the order details to Smartcorp.
  8. Credit terms are 30 days from invoice and You are personally liable to pay CCH for the service as invoiced to you.
  9. The amount CCH will invoice you under paragraph 6, will be an amount that is inclusive of any goods and services tax (“GST”). Any GST that is payable for any taxable supply will be identified. The total amount that CCH invoices may include components incurred by Smartcorp on behalf of Your client upon which no GST liability has arisen.
  10. All invoices to Your account must be paid whether or not You change Your name and whether or not You change the nature of Your legal personality, for example by reconstituting Your partnership or by incorporating or otherwise. These liabilities will only cease when the account has been paid in full or if CCH agree expressly in writing that someone else is responsible to pay and that other person has agreed in writing to do so in a manner that is enforceable by CCH.
  11. These terms are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of New South Wales, without giving effect to any principles of conflicts of law. You agree that any action at law or in equity arising out of or relating to these terms shall be filed only in the state or federal courts located in New South Wales and You consent and submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts for the purposes of litigating any such action. If any provision of these terms shall be unlawful, void, or for any reason unenforceable, then that provision shall be deemed severable from these terms and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provisions. This is the entire agreement relating to the subject matter and shall not be modified except in writing, signed by the parties.
  12. A specimen of the current form of proposed Constitution is available on the website and has been read by You and You are satisfied and Your client is satisfied, that the company when completed in accordance with the information set out in the company order, will meet all Your and Your client’s requirements. On receipt of the company You and Your client will check it to ensure that it has been completed in accordance with those requirements.
  13. The company Application for Registration is solely based on your Order and these terms. You and the Applicant (the person whose user name and user ID have been entered to access the Smartcorp system) agree that the Applicant having viewed the following declaration (in relation to the form 201, ASIC Application for Registration as an Australian company and any annexures, compiled electronically based on Your order) assents to this declaration and will comply with it: “I apply for the registration of a company on the basis of the information in this form and any attachments. I have the necessary written consents and agreements referred to in this application concerning the members and officeholders and I shall give the consents and agreements to the company after the company becomes registered. The information provided in the application and in any annexures, is true and correct at the time of signing.” Those consents are the officeholders’ consent to act, members’ agreement to take up shares, constitution and, if applicable, consent of occupier to use of registered office, blank copies of which are downloadable from the Smartcorp website.
  14. You acknowledge and agree that; You are solely responsible for ensuring that Your instructions are correct and no other party is under any obligation to verify the correctness of Your instructions. Without limitation, Smartcorp is entitled to provide the requested company without further enquiry and You accept all responsibility and indemnify Smartcorp in respect of all claims by any person or company, including, without limitation, whether in respect of the type of company chosen, its suitability for You or Your client’s purposes or otherwise.
  15. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, Smartcorp is not liable for and excludes all liability for loss or damage (including any indirect or consequential loss or damage) arising out of or in relation to any and all delays, errors, or omissions in providing the company; a failure to properly carry out Your instructions; negligence; acts of default or omission of any kind whatsoever and however caused; or any acts of default or omission or any fraud or negligence of any kind whatsoever and however caused whether or not caused by Smartcorp’s employees, agents or contractors. Smartcorp makes no warranties in relation to the company except to the extent that they are implied under any applicable law that cannot be excluded.
  16. If an applicable law does not permit the limitation or exclusion of Smartcorp’s liability as provided in these terms, Smartcorp’s total liability in that event for all damages, losses, and causes of action whether in contract, tort (including, but not limited to, negligence), or otherwise shall not exceed the amount paid, if any, for the relevant company sought by You, however, Smartcorp may instead, at its discretion, re-supply the service or part of the service.
  17. Smartcorp does not ascertain whether a proposed company name is already in use by another entity and accordingly Smartcorp does not accept responsibility for the registration of a name similar to an existing name. You and Your client understand that the onus is not on Smartcorp but on You to have regard to similar names or to names which may possibly be confused with or mistaken for another name. You accept that registration by ASIC does not give any rights to that name.
  18. Smartcorp is not a legal or financial adviser, nor does it act as a legal or financial adviser, nor is it competent or qualified to act in, or in conjunction with, the carrying out of the functions of a legal or financial adviser.
  19. In these terms the singular includes the plural and vice versa.
  20. Every order is subject to the current version of these terms and conditions and every time You order You must accept the terms and conditions which are viewable by You with every order. If You do not accept when ordering, Smartcorp’s ordering system will not permit You to proceed further.